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Local Fonts Revisited Textarea Tutorial

We find with some projects you have to remain fairly “current”, else it becomes very hard to get back into it. The recent Local Fonts Revisited Onclick Tutorial is very much “one of those projects”. There is a correlation for … Continue reading

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Local Fonts Revisited Onclick Tutorial

Not much doing aesthetics wise with today’s improvements on yesterday’s Local Fonts Revisited Application Tutorial. It’s more a shoring up of the logic of that div contenteditable=true user defined field and incorporating two new ideas or concepts, those being … … Continue reading

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Local Fonts Revisited Application Tutorial

It’s going to take a while to “bed this in”, the web application of yesterday’s Local Fonts Revisited Recall Tutorial involving local font management, and now thinking about “applying” local fonts digitized by the user. We want to explore alternative … Continue reading

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Local Fonts Revisited Recall Tutorial

Onto yesterday’s Local Fonts Revisited Primer Tutorial Local Fonts web application start, we’ve progressed today with some “recall” work. In this respect we had to decide a mechanism by which a user could recall their work. Our decision is to … Continue reading

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Apache Web Server Directory Privacy via cPanel Tutorial

Some Apache/PHP/MySql web server cPanel configurations offer an option to directory protect a web server directory. We have a few questions … Why do this Apache web server directory protection? you may be developing and testing an incomplete website’s coding, … Continue reading

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MySql User Grant via cPanel Tutorial

The previous MySql Stored Procedures User Grant Tutorial talked of arrangements regarding hosting where (the indefatigable) phpMyAdmin had access to “MySql database user creation” and “MySql database user privilege control” within its functionality. But, as you may imagine, hosting out … Continue reading

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CentOS Linux Web Server ssh Restart Primer Tutorial

Are you managing a CentOS (ie. Linux) Apache/PHP/MySql web server via cPanel (via WHM, for example) and ssh (via macOS Terminal application, for example) and sftp (via FileZilla, for example)? Additional to the restarting of processes involved in managing such … Continue reading

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WordPress Blog Collaborative Annotated Email FormData Post Tutorial

Yesterday’s WordPress Blog Collaborative Annotated Email User Experience Tutorial helped with practicalities regarding user experience with this WordPress Blog highlighting of text accumulated into the body (as HTML attachment) and subject (as text) of an Annotated Email form of collaborative … Continue reading

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